July 5, 2016

Rundgang 2016: exhibition, films, concerts, performances

Academy of Media Arts Cologne (KHM)
Milica Lopicic, why artists don’t like art fairs?, 2016. Inkjet print, 132 x 185 cm (framed).

Studying at KHM is an open process
The Academy of Media Arts Cologne (KHM) offers project-based Media and Fine Art courses that allow students to choose between and individually combine various artistic focus areas. Media and Fine Art at the KHM can be studied as a nine-semester (undergraduate / diploma I) or a four-semester (postgraduate / diploma II) course. In both formats, the focus is on the development of artistic projects, supported through interdisciplinary supervision by professors, academic staff and technicians.

The range of student projects is wide and interdisciplinary. Examples include animation, feature and documentary films, photographic art, video art, experimental films, websites, internet art, games, sound art and electronic music, art in public space, installations, performances, light art, screenplays, hybrid designs, TV and internet formats, live directing and camera works. Students realize up to four projects of their own.

The various artistic emphases are taught in courses classed with four departments: Art, exMedia, Film and Television and Art and Media Studies, each with their own teaching staff and subject areas.

–Courses begin exclusively in the winter semester
–The application period starts in October and ends the following January/February
–Semester fees for German and international students are currently 300 EUR per semester (social security contributions, public transport semester ticket, etc.)

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